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Contemporary Roman Catholics

The Holy Trinity Contemporary Roman Catholic Young Adults group (CRC) is a dynamic group of young adults in New York dedicated to providing social interaction, community service and spiritual growth.

The group offers many ways to get involved. It's a chance to meet like minded Catholic young adults and make lasting friendships. It's a way to help those less fortunate through our many community service programs. And it's a path to enrich your spiritual journey, no matter where you are along the way.

We plan events that are open to all members of the CRC community as well as within suggested peer groups. Please click on the icon's that most interest you!

The Holy Trinity Contemporary Roman Catholics (CRC) provides many opportunities for social interaction, community service and spiritual growth. The CRC sponsors:

  • Community events benefiting children, seniors, the hungry and the homeless.
  • Social events to foster life-long friendships an relationships
  • Community forums, spiritual groups and retreats to help develop, maintain and deepen your faith

Join us! It's a wonderful opportunity to make friends, to help those less fortunate through our many community service programs. And it is a path to enrich your spiritual journey, no matter where you are along the way.


Thursday, March 05, 2015

Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm

Time: 8:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Church

Address: 213 West 82nd

For info contact: Melanie Watanabe

Special Instructions: Meet at the back of the Church


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05/03/2015 8:00 pm 05/03/2015 10:00 pm 15 Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm 213 West 82nd New York, NY Melanie Watanabe mwatanabe4@nyc.rr.com




Sunday, March 08, 2015

After Mass Gathering at Blondies

Each week following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity dozens of people get together following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity for socializing, eating, beverages and connecting. It is a fun and casual way to meet others in the group in a fun and relaxed setting.

You can meet the group on the steps to the church following mass and walk over together or you can meet the group at the bar. It is easy to find us.

Blondies has been a great supporter for CRC events over the years and this is a nice way to thank them by showing our support for the local businesses that support us. They are an Irish Pub with a very casual atmosphere. You can sit at the bar, stand and socialize or sit at tables with others.

Pay as you go for food and drink. A full menu is available

Can I come alone? Yes, many of those attending come on their own.

Do I need to be a member of Holy Trinity to attend? No, people come from all over the tri state area to our events.

Do I need to go to the 5:30 mass to go to the gathering? No, you can attend your home parish and join us for the party.

How long does it last?

Usually around 9ish

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Blondies

Address: 212 West 79th

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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08/03/2015 7:00 pm 08/03/2015 9:00 pm 15 After Mass Gathering at Blondies

Each week following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity dozens of people get together following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity for socializing, eating, beverages and connecting. It is a fun and casual way to meet others in the group in a fun and relaxed setting.

You can meet the group on the steps to the church following mass and walk over together or you can meet the group at the bar. It is easy to find us.

Blondies has been a great supporter for CRC events over the years and this is a nice way to thank them by showing our support for the local businesses that support us. They are an Irish Pub with a very casual atmosphere. You can sit at the bar, stand and socialize or sit at tables with others.

Pay as you go for food and drink. A full menu is available

Can I come alone? Yes, many of those attending come on their own.

Do I need to be a member of Holy Trinity to attend? No, people come from all over the tri state area to our events.

Do I need to go to the 5:30 mass to go to the gathering? No, you can attend your home parish and join us for the party.

How long does it last?

Usually around 9ish 212 West 79th New York, NY Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com




Thursday, March 12, 2015

Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm

Time: 8:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Church

Address: 213 West 82nd

For info contact: Melanie Watanabe

Special Instructions: Meet at the back of the Church


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12/03/2015 8:00 pm 12/03/2015 10:00 pm 15 Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm 213 West 82nd NEW YORK, NY Melanie Watanabe mwatanabe4@nyc.rr.com




Sunday, March 15, 2015

CRC Volunteer Cooking Club

********NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!!*********

Do you like to cook but never have a chance, perhaps your kitchen is too small or maybe you have never cooked before and want to learn a few things. Well we have the perfect opportunity to solve all of those issues with The CRC Cooking Club! This is gonna be like one of those reality cooking shows but in this case everyone is a winner! It is also a great way to meet others in the group, socialize and contribute to our big St Patrick's Day Party that night.

On this Sunday evening we are having our St Patrick's Day Dinner following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity. We will probably have close to 60 people attending and need to feed them all! If you like to cook or want to learn this is a lot of fun!

Our cooking captain will divide the group into teams for each of the dishes which will include corned beef and cabbage, shepherds pie, a few side and vegetarian dishes and more! No experience is necessary just follow the recipes. We will finish in time for you to attend mass and then come down and enjoy the fruits of your labors! All chefs get to attend the party for just $5!

If you have any questions let me know
dave@newyorksocianetwork.com. Hey Dave, get the conversation started!

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Parish Center

Address: 213 West 82nd

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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15/03/2015 7:00 pm 15/03/2015 9:00 pm 15 CRC Volunteer Cooking Club

********NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!!*********

Do you like to cook but never have a chance, perhaps your kitchen is too small or maybe you have never cooked before and want to learn a few things. Well we have the perfect opportunity to solve all of those issues with The CRC Cooking Club! This is gonna be like one of those reality cooking shows but in this case everyone is a winner! It is also a great way to meet others in the group, socialize and contribute to our big St Patrick's Day Party that night.

On this Sunday evening we are having our St Patrick's Day Dinner following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity. We will probably have close to 60 people attending and need to feed them all! If you like to cook or want to learn this is a lot of fun!

Our cooking captain will divide the group into teams for each of the dishes which will include corned beef and cabbage, shepherds pie, a few side and vegetarian dishes and more! No experience is necessary just follow the recipes. We will finish in time for you to attend mass and then come down and enjoy the fruits of your labors! All chefs get to attend the party for just $5!

If you have any questions let me know
dave@newyorksocianetwork.com. Hey Dave, get the conversation started! 213 West 82nd New York, NY Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com




Sunday, March 15, 2015

After Mass Gathering: St Patrick's Day Dinner & Party

Each week dozens of CRC members old and new gather following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity to socialize, mix, mingle, network and connect. It is a great way for you to meet others in the group and make new friends.

This week we invite everyone to join us for our Annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner! We'll have a spread of corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd's Pie, potato's and vegetarian options.

The night will also feature Traditional Irish Music and a live performance from members of our choir!

Can I come alone? Yes most of the people who attend come on their own. Our council members will be on the lookout for new faces to make sure you are welcomed and introduced to others.

What if I am not in the Holy Trinity Parish? Not a problem, almost 50% of the people that attend our mass and events are from all around the tri state area.

What if I did not go to the 5:30 mass? Not a problem, you can go to mass at your parish and enjoy our party. (but check out our 5:30 mass soon)

How should I dress? Whatever you wear to church is good.

What should I expect? 40-60 people mostly ages 20's-40's and beyond. Some know each other from attending events and others are new and looking to meet new people.

Where does my donation go? The $15 goes for the cost of food and beverages, anything left over goes to different programs we sponsor at Holy Trinity.

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Parish Center

Address: 213 West 82nd

Price: $15.00

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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15/03/2015 7:00 pm 15/03/2015 9:00 pm 15 After Mass Gathering: St Patrick's Day Dinner & Party

Each week dozens of CRC members old and new gather following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity to socialize, mix, mingle, network and connect. It is a great way for you to meet others in the group and make new friends.

This week we invite everyone to join us for our Annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner! We'll have a spread of corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd's Pie, potato's and vegetarian options.

The night will also feature Traditional Irish Music and a live performance from members of our choir!

Can I come alone? Yes most of the people who attend come on their own. Our council members will be on the lookout for new faces to make sure you are welcomed and introduced to others.

What if I am not in the Holy Trinity Parish? Not a problem, almost 50% of the people that attend our mass and events are from all around the tri state area.

What if I did not go to the 5:30 mass? Not a problem, you can go to mass at your parish and enjoy our party. (but check out our 5:30 mass soon)

How should I dress? Whatever you wear to church is good.

What should I expect? 40-60 people mostly ages 20's-40's and beyond. Some know each other from attending events and others are new and looking to meet new people.

Where does my donation go? The $15 goes for the cost of food and beverages, anything left over goes to different programs we sponsor at Holy Trinity. 213 West 82nd New York, NY Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com




Thursday, March 19, 2015

Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm

Time: 8:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Church

Address: 213 West 82nd

For info contact: Melanie Watanabe

Special Instructions: Meet at the back of the Church


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19/03/2015 8:00 pm 19/03/2015 10:00 pm 15 Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm 213 West 82nd New York, NY Melanie Watanabe mwatanabe4@nyc.rr.com




Saturday, March 21, 2015

The Pilgrimage of New York

This year the Pilgrimage of New York will be in honor of Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church. Let us admit it, sometimes we forget about Saint Joseph. We pay a lot of attention to other saints and their writings etc., but today we need to reflect on the foster father of Jesus. After all, he is a prominent figure in the life of Jesus. Saint Joseph protected the Christ Child and our Blessed Mother during their travel to Bethlehem and their escape into Egypt. He raised Our Lord Jesus and looked after the Mother of God. Like Mary, Saint Joseph accepted all these things and lived his life for Our Lord, and for us. We all benefit from his love for Jesus and Mary.

On this pilgrimage route, we will be visiting churches named after Saint Joseph. One of these churches, Saint Joseph Church on Monroe Street, will be closing its doors in August due to the Making All Things New initiative from the Archdiocese of New York. Even though this church is closing, it is still important for us to visit this church and all the other churches on this route to show them our appreciation for their many years of service to their communities.

As we walk this pilgrimage route through the streets of Manhattan, let us entrust ourselves to Saint Joseph during this season of Lent. As Catholics, we need to experience our faith while visiting these beautiful churches, and pray for those we encounter during our walk.

Browse our website to learn more about the famous churches you can visit, the saints you will honor and the route you can follow. You can sign up to participate in the pilgrimage (it's free!), and if you wish, you can make a donation to the St. Nicholas Project of Catholic Charities. You will be able to walk at your own pace (and no one will criticize you if at some point you have to drop out and take a subway part of the way!) Please go to http://www.pofnyc.org/register/ to register.

Time: 9:00 am

Place: The Shrine of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini

Address: 701 Ft Washington Ave

For info contact: Jeffrey Carlson

Special Instructions: This is an all day event. We will be walking from St Frances Xavier Cabrini down to The Shrine of St


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21/03/2015 9:00 am 21/03/2015 11:00 am 15 The Pilgrimage of New York

This year the Pilgrimage of New York will be in honor of Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church. Let us admit it, sometimes we forget about Saint Joseph. We pay a lot of attention to other saints and their writings etc., but today we need to reflect on the foster father of Jesus. After all, he is a prominent figure in the life of Jesus. Saint Joseph protected the Christ Child and our Blessed Mother during their travel to Bethlehem and their escape into Egypt. He raised Our Lord Jesus and looked after the Mother of God. Like Mary, Saint Joseph accepted all these things and lived his life for Our Lord, and for us. We all benefit from his love for Jesus and Mary.

On this pilgrimage route, we will be visiting churches named after Saint Joseph. One of these churches, Saint Joseph Church on Monroe Street, will be closing its doors in August due to the Making All Things New initiative from the Archdiocese of New York. Even though this church is closing, it is still important for us to visit this church and all the other churches on this route to show them our appreciation for their many years of service to their communities.

As we walk this pilgrimage route through the streets of Manhattan, let us entrust ourselves to Saint Joseph during this season of Lent. As Catholics, we need to experience our faith while visiting these beautiful churches, and pray for those we encounter during our walk.

Browse our website to learn more about the famous churches you can visit, the saints you will honor and the route you can follow. You can sign up to participate in the pilgrimage (it's free!), and if you wish, you can make a donation to the St. Nicholas Project of Catholic Charities. You will be able to walk at your own pace (and no one will criticize you if at some point you have to drop out and take a subway part of the way!) Please go to http://www.pofnyc.org/register/ to register. 701 Ft Washington Ave New York, NY Jeffrey Carlson jeff.carlsonjr@gmail.com




Sunday, March 22, 2015

Welcome Table At St. Francis Xavier Mission

Join The CRC and Catholic Charities of NYC to the Welcome Table at the Xavier Mission!

The Welcome Table is open every Sunday, a day when most other soup kitchens in NYC are closed, the Welcome Table serves 800-1200 hot meals each week. The Welcome Table strives to go beyond food by also providing guests with assistance in obtaining entitlement benefits, free chiropractic treatments, HIV testing and counseling, and voter registration drives.

There are slots available for up to fifteen volunteers to prepare and serve food in a soup kitchen. We will be serving between 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

There’s nothing like giving back and paying forward to make you feel like you spent your day doing something worthwhile.

Time: 11:30 am

Place: Basement of St. Francis Xavier Church

Address: 16th Street Between 5th and 6th Avenues

For info contact: Charles Casiano


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22/03/2015 11:30 am 22/03/2015 13:30 am 15 Welcome Table At St. Francis Xavier Mission

Join The CRC and Catholic Charities of NYC to the Welcome Table at the Xavier Mission!

The Welcome Table is open every Sunday, a day when most other soup kitchens in NYC are closed, the Welcome Table serves 800-1200 hot meals each week. The Welcome Table strives to go beyond food by also providing guests with assistance in obtaining entitlement benefits, free chiropractic treatments, HIV testing and counseling, and voter registration drives.

There are slots available for up to fifteen volunteers to prepare and serve food in a soup kitchen. We will be serving between 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

There’s nothing like giving back and paying forward to make you feel like you spent your day doing something worthwhile. 16th Street Between 5th and 6th Avenues New York, New York Charles Casiano cecasiano@gmail.com




Sunday, March 22, 2015

After Mass Gathering at Bella Luna Italian Restaurant and Bar

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Bella Luna

Address: 584 Columbus Ave

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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22/03/2015 7:00 pm 22/03/2015 9:00 pm 15 After Mass Gathering at Bella Luna Italian Restaurant and Bar 584 Columbus Ave New York, New York Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com



Monday, March 23, 2015

Dominican Republic Service Mission Trip

This may be one of the most profound experiences you have ever had and a perfect offering for LENT! This will be our 10th visit to the Mission of San Pedro in El Cercado in the mountains of the Dominican Republic. During this trip you will live and work alongside the mission workers helping to do the day to day projects which will include: bringing food and clothing to the poor, reforesting and planting, delivering school supplies to kids in need, resupplying mission resources, helping to beautify buildings via painting, cleaning and more. You will also get an idea of the many other projects that they are involved with.

There are 75 villages in the mountains that the mission caters to. Many of them were devastated when the dictators allowed American Companies to come in and cut down all the trees on the hillsides without reforesting them thus allowing all the farm-able soil to wash into the valley. The missions goals are to help reforest the land, provide agricultural education, build aqueducts for fresh water, latrines for sanitation, build schools for education and help with finding medical care and assistance for the sick.

The mission is run by the Archdiocese of Rockville Center but this is not a religious trip however there is an opportunity for a very spiritual aspect if you wish to use your free time that way.

The trip includes: $980

-Round-trip airfare from NYC to Santo Domingo
-Transportation from Airport to El Cercado and back
-All meals at Mission (very healthy and hearty)
-Private room/with shared bath and showers
-Accommodations at beach-side guesthouse at end of trip
Any leftover funds will be donated to the mission

NOT Included: things you may purchase as trinkets or souvenirs, meals in Santo Domingo & Boca Chica.

Schedule:

Monday: Leave NYC early (6am), arrive DR. Shop for mission supplies then drive to mission ( 4hours)
Tuesday: Visit local market, work on project
Wednesday: Work on various mission projects
Thursday: Work on Mission projects
Friday: Return to Santo Domingo, tour Colonial Zone, have dinner, travel to beach guesthouse
Saturday: Relax at beach club, explore at leisure.
Sunday: Return to NYC by 5pm

Other info:

-Shots are not required but you may get if you wish. All food is specially prepared for our group.
-Temperature is in the 80's during the day 60's at night
-Must be in fairly good physical condition as there is a lot of walking
-Space is limited to 8 people. Most everyone comes on their own. 21+

If you have any questions, please call Dave Cervini 212-873-2256

Click here for photo's from 2013 trip
You may register here but would need to send a check payable to NYSN to avoid the extra credit card fees.

Dave Cervini
138 west 87th 2F
NY NY 10024

Time: 8:00 am

Place: San Pedro Mission

Address: El Cercado

Price: $980.00

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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23/03/2015 8:00 am 23/03/2015 10:00 am 15 Dominican Republic Service Mission Trip This may be one of the most profound experiences you have ever had and a perfect offering for LENT! This will be our 10th visit to the Mission of San Pedro in El Cercado in the mountains of the Dominican Republic. During this trip you will live and work alongside the mission workers helping to do the day to day projects which will include: bringing food and clothing to the poor, reforesting and planting, delivering school supplies to kids in need, resupplying mission resources, helping to beautify buildings via painting, cleaning and more. You will also get an idea of the many other projects that they are involved with.

There are 75 villages in the mountains that the mission caters to. Many of them were devastated when the dictators allowed American Companies to come in and cut down all the trees on the hillsides without reforesting them thus allowing all the farm-able soil to wash into the valley. The missions goals are to help reforest the land, provide agricultural education, build aqueducts for fresh water, latrines for sanitation, build schools for education and help with finding medical care and assistance for the sick.

The mission is run by the Archdiocese of Rockville Center but this is not a religious trip however there is an opportunity for a very spiritual aspect if you wish to use your free time that way.

The trip includes: $980

-Round-trip airfare from NYC to Santo Domingo
-Transportation from Airport to El Cercado and back
-All meals at Mission (very healthy and hearty)
-Private room/with shared bath and showers
-Accommodations at beach-side guesthouse at end of trip
Any leftover funds will be donated to the mission

NOT Included: things you may purchase as trinkets or souvenirs, meals in Santo Domingo & Boca Chica.

Schedule:

Monday: Leave NYC early (6am), arrive DR. Shop for mission supplies then drive to mission ( 4hours)
Tuesday: Visit local market, work on project
Wednesday: Work on various mission projects
Thursday: Work on Mission projects
Friday: Return to Santo Domingo, tour Colonial Zone, have dinner, travel to beach guesthouse
Saturday: Relax at beach club, explore at leisure.
Sunday: Return to NYC by 5pm

Other info:

-Shots are not required but you may get if you wish. All food is specially prepared for our group.
-Temperature is in the 80's during the day 60's at night
-Must be in fairly good physical condition as there is a lot of walking
-Space is limited to 8 people. Most everyone comes on their own. 21+

If you have any questions, please call Dave Cervini 212-873-2256

Click here for photo's from 2013 trip
You may register here but would need to send a check payable to NYSN to avoid the extra credit card fees.

Dave Cervini
138 west 87th 2F
NY NY 10024
El Cercado Dominican Republic, DR Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com



Thursday, March 26, 2015

Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm

Time: 8:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Church

Address: 213 West 82nd

For info contact: Melanie Watanabe

Special Instructions: Meet at the back of the Church


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26/03/2015 8:00 pm 26/03/2015 10:00 pm 15 Compline: Lenten Thursdays

Please join us for Compline which will be chanted Thursday evenings during Lent. Compline, or Night Prayer, is the final prayer of the day in the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours.  Its purpose is to reflect on the day before retiring; it emphasizes inner peace.

It will take place on Thursdays from February 26 to March 26 following the Spanish Mass.  Prayers last about 20 minutes.

Please gather in the back of the Church at 8pm 213 West 82nd New York, NY Melanie Watanabe mwatanabe4@nyc.rr.com




Sunday, March 29, 2015

After Mass Gathering: Palm Sunday Pot Luck

Each week dozens of CRC members old and new gather following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity to socialize, mix, mingle, network and connect. It is a great way for you to meet others in the group and make new friends.

This week we celebrate Palm Sunday with a special after mass gathering and Pot Luck Dinner in the George Murphy Parish Center under the church.

We invite all members and friends to contribute a main dish, side, dish, appetizer or dessert. Keep it simple or show off your best meal!

If you would like to contribute to the food for the night, please email Dave Cervini at dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com with what you would like to bring. All donated dishes can be heated/reheated in the Murphy Center Ovens/microwaves.

All cooks who provide main dishes will be invited to attend for FREE!

We will have a separate sign up for those wanting to provide meals/food donations.

$10 donation at the door. Net proceeds will go to CRC related programs at Holy Trinity and beyond.

Can I come alone? Yes most of the people who attend come on their own. Our council members will be on the lookout for new faces to make sure you are welcomed and introduced to others.

What if I am not in the Holy Trinity Parish? Not a problem, almost 50% of the people that attend our mass and events are from all around the tri state area.

What if I did not go to the 5:30 mass? Not a problem, you can go to mass at your parish and enjoy our party. (but check out our 5:30 mass soon)

How should I dress? Whatever you wear to church is good.

What should I expect? 60-80 people mostly ages 20's-40's and beyond. Some know each other from attending events and others are new and looking to meet new people.

Where does my donation go? The $10 goes for the cost of plates, utensils, additional food and beverages, anything left over goes to different programs we sponsor at Holy Trinity.

I am not sure if I can 100% come should I sign up? No, please rsvp only if you know you can come. This will help us plan for seating, beverages and other items that we will need to set up and buy based on the number of people attending

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Parish Center

Address: 213 West 82nd

Price: $10.00

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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29/03/2015 7:00 pm 29/03/2015 9:00 pm 15 After Mass Gathering: Palm Sunday Pot Luck

Each week dozens of CRC members old and new gather following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity to socialize, mix, mingle, network and connect. It is a great way for you to meet others in the group and make new friends.

This week we celebrate Palm Sunday with a special after mass gathering and Pot Luck Dinner in the George Murphy Parish Center under the church.

We invite all members and friends to contribute a main dish, side, dish, appetizer or dessert. Keep it simple or show off your best meal!

If you would like to contribute to the food for the night, please email Dave Cervini at dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com with what you would like to bring. All donated dishes can be heated/reheated in the Murphy Center Ovens/microwaves.

All cooks who provide main dishes will be invited to attend for FREE!

We will have a separate sign up for those wanting to provide meals/food donations.

$10 donation at the door. Net proceeds will go to CRC related programs at Holy Trinity and beyond.

Can I come alone? Yes most of the people who attend come on their own. Our council members will be on the lookout for new faces to make sure you are welcomed and introduced to others.

What if I am not in the Holy Trinity Parish? Not a problem, almost 50% of the people that attend our mass and events are from all around the tri state area.

What if I did not go to the 5:30 mass? Not a problem, you can go to mass at your parish and enjoy our party. (but check out our 5:30 mass soon)

How should I dress? Whatever you wear to church is good.

What should I expect? 60-80 people mostly ages 20's-40's and beyond. Some know each other from attending events and others are new and looking to meet new people.

Where does my donation go? The $10 goes for the cost of plates, utensils, additional food and beverages, anything left over goes to different programs we sponsor at Holy Trinity.

I am not sure if I can 100% come should I sign up? No, please rsvp only if you know you can come. This will help us plan for seating, beverages and other items that we will need to set up and buy based on the number of people attending 213 West 82nd New York, NY Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com




Sunday, March 29, 2015

Palm Sunday Pot Luck --I Will Provide Food

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

This sign up on Meet Up is for those who wish to provide food for the Pot Luck Dinner.

If you would like to contribute to the food for the night, please sign up below or email Dave Cervini at dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com with what you would like to bring.

All donated dishes can be heated/reheated in the Murphy Center Ovens/microwaves.

The kitchen will be open beginning at 4pm Sunday for those who wish to drop off items.

All cooks who provide main dishes will be invited to attend for FREE!

What do we need:

Starters: soups, salads, cheese, crackers, etc

Entrees: chicken, meat, fish, pasta, etc

Sides: any

We will have a limit on desserts (as most opt to provide that) Althought they are delicious they usually go to waste. All main meal items left over go to the food line in the morning.

We will have a separate sign up for those wanting to just attend the event.

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Parish Center

Address: 213 West 82nd

For info contact: Dave Cervini

Special Instructions: Please e-mail dave the item you will be providing: dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com


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29/03/2015 7:00 pm 29/03/2015 9:00 pm 15 Palm Sunday Pot Luck --I Will Provide Food PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

This sign up on Meet Up is for those who wish to provide food for the Pot Luck Dinner.

If you would like to contribute to the food for the night, please sign up below or email Dave Cervini at dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com with what you would like to bring.

All donated dishes can be heated/reheated in the Murphy Center Ovens/microwaves.

The kitchen will be open beginning at 4pm Sunday for those who wish to drop off items.

All cooks who provide main dishes will be invited to attend for FREE!

What do we need:

Starters: soups, salads, cheese, crackers, etc

Entrees: chicken, meat, fish, pasta, etc

Sides: any

We will have a limit on desserts (as most opt to provide that) Althought they are delicious they usually go to waste. All main meal items left over go to the food line in the morning.

We will have a separate sign up for those wanting to just attend the event. 213 West 82nd New York, NY Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com




Sunday, April 05, 2015

Easter Sunday Brunch

Still in town or away from your family for Easter?

Spend Easter Sunday with your CRC Family following the 12:30 mass at Holy Trinity!

We'll have a full spread of brunch favorites including: bacon, eggs, pancakes, fresh fruit, muffins, bagels, juices and more.

If you plan to attend another mass, no worries join us just for the brunch!

Please RSVP so we know how much to order.

Time: 1:30 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Parish Center

Address: 213 West 82nd

Price: $10.00

For info contact: Patrick Mercurio

Special Instructions: None


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05/04/2015 1:30 pm 05/04/2015 3:30 pm 15 Easter Sunday Brunch

Still in town or away from your family for Easter?

Spend Easter Sunday with your CRC Family following the 12:30 mass at Holy Trinity!

We'll have a full spread of brunch favorites including: bacon, eggs, pancakes, fresh fruit, muffins, bagels, juices and more.

If you plan to attend another mass, no worries join us just for the brunch!

Please RSVP so we know how much to order. 213 West 82nd NY, ny Patrick Mercurio westieterrier2000@yahoo.com




Sunday, April 19, 2015

Pumpkins for People Project: Phase One

Here is a fun and unusual way for you to get involved, meet fun people, get out of the city for a day and help those in need! Our Pumpkins for People Project is a 4 part experience that you can participate in start to finish or help out for during any of the different phases.

Overview

A very generous family in Ulster County is giving us access to large parts of their land where we plan to grow pumpkins, harvest and then sell after masses in the fall. (for Jack-o-Lanterns, Pies, soups, bread, etc). All proceeds from the sales of the pumpkins will benefit programs that directly impact the lives of those in need in the Holy Trinity Community.

How does it work?

We have several dates with different projects.......

Sunday, April 19th: Clearing the land. There are 3 separate parcels that will need raking, clearing, mulching.

Sunday, May3rd: Planting and protecting (planting seeds,setting up fencing) (posted )

September/October 2015: Harvest and sale (dates tbd)

For each of the experiences we ask that volunteers be at the property by 9:30am. You can take the 7:43 train from Grand Central to Poughkeepsie or drive.

We will try to arrange for a priest to join us so we can celebrate mass on the shores of the Hudson River before we begin work. If that does not work please attend a 5:30 Saturday mass.

What to bring: bag lunch, beverages (we will have water), clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. work or garden gloves, sunscreen.

How long will we be there? We plan to work until about 4pm

How do I get from the train to the property? We will have a van pick you up.

If The train is not convenient and you don't have a car: Please let people know below if you are willing to car pool or if you need a ride.

Where is the property? Vinecroft Estate, 1685 route 9w, Esopus/West Park, NY.

What if it rains? We will watch the weather and reschedule

Questions? Contact Dave Cervini at 212-873-2256 or dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com

Time: 8:00 am

Place: Vinecroft Estate

Address: 1685 Route 9W

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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19/04/2015 8:00 am 19/04/2015 10:00 am 15 Pumpkins for People Project: Phase One

Here is a fun and unusual way for you to get involved, meet fun people, get out of the city for a day and help those in need! Our Pumpkins for People Project is a 4 part experience that you can participate in start to finish or help out for during any of the different phases.

Overview

A very generous family in Ulster County is giving us access to large parts of their land where we plan to grow pumpkins, harvest and then sell after masses in the fall. (for Jack-o-Lanterns, Pies, soups, bread, etc). All proceeds from the sales of the pumpkins will benefit programs that directly impact the lives of those in need in the Holy Trinity Community.

How does it work?

We have several dates with different projects.......

Sunday, April 19th: Clearing the land. There are 3 separate parcels that will need raking, clearing, mulching.

Sunday, May3rd: Planting and protecting (planting seeds,setting up fencing) (posted )

September/October 2015: Harvest and sale (dates tbd)

For each of the experiences we ask that volunteers be at the property by 9:30am. You can take the 7:43 train from Grand Central to Poughkeepsie or drive.

We will try to arrange for a priest to join us so we can celebrate mass on the shores of the Hudson River before we begin work. If that does not work please attend a 5:30 Saturday mass.

What to bring: bag lunch, beverages (we will have water), clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. work or garden gloves, sunscreen.

How long will we be there? We plan to work until about 4pm

How do I get from the train to the property? We will have a van pick you up.

If The train is not convenient and you don't have a car: Please let people know below if you are willing to car pool or if you need a ride.

Where is the property? Vinecroft Estate, 1685 route 9w, Esopus/West Park, NY.

What if it rains? We will watch the weather and reschedule

Questions? Contact Dave Cervini at 212-873-2256 or dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com 1685 Route 9W West Park, New York Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com




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Homeless Shelter Volunteer Program


The Homeless Shelter program at Holy Trinity Church is a parish ministry run in conjunction with the Faith Based Emergency Shelter Network in New York City. Every Saturday night, from October 19 through May, we serve a hot meal and provide a bed for up to 20 homeless guests in the Murphy Center. Our guests come to Holy Trinity via private bus transportation and have been screened by a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life and transition to permanent housing.

There are volunteer opportunities for set up and cleaning up, cooking a meal, as well as spending the night as a chaperone. If you are interested in any of these positions, and would like to hear more about what the shelter is and what we do, please contact us!

http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/60B0B4BAAA72FAA8-holy

Please contact the homeless shelter volunteer coordinator and : Mike Griffin at mgriffin@covalagroup.com or 212-527-8011.

Place: Murphy Center 213 West 82nd Street
Price: $
For info contact: James Hulak-jhulak@earthlink.net

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Where to find us:

  • Holy Trinity Church
  • 213 West 82nd Street,
  • (between Broadway and Amsterdam).
  • New York, NY 10024
  • 212.787.0634
  • www.htcny.org

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